Adding "cyber-" to any initiative is a sure-fire budget- and approval-winner, at least in the military industrial complex. If you're struggling to figure out what to use on your opening slide, here's a handy crib-sheet.
It's from The Evolution of InfoSec Through 25 Years of RSA Conference Sessions, Part 1: From Crypto to Cyber, by Wade Baker (Thanks, @Ben_Smith).
This slide is watermarked for the 2016 RSA conference, but I can't figure out whose presentation it came out of (if you know, please post in the comments).
Anything-"geddon" is always a fave in cyber-security land [Bruce Sterling]
"The tactic, which experts in mobile-phone security said was concealed through an unusual added layer of encryption, appears to have violated Google policies"
Hackers working for China's government targeted firms working on coronavirus vaccines, and stole hundreds of millions of dollars worth of intellectual property and trade secrets, claims the Justice Department in a statement Tuesday announcing criminal charges.
This is quite a major hack. Now is a good time to change your Twitter password, if you are a user. Hackers pumping a cryptocurrency giveaway scam appear to have compromised the Twitter accounts of leading exchanges, prominent individuals, major corporations, and at least one news organization.
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